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East Asian Newspapers and Periodicals 1850-1950

The collections here include a range of East Asian (plus Singapore) newspapers, journals, and magazines published in Chinese, Korean, and Japanese languages from 1850-1950.


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Taiwan nichinichi shinpō (Taiwan Daily News) was the leading newspaper in Taiwan under Japanese colonial rule (1898-1944).
Shinkyō Nichinichi Simbun 新京日日新聞
Shinkyō Nichinichi Simbun 新京日日新聞
collection
2,654
ITEMS
4,087
VIEWS
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 Japanese language newspaper published in Japanese-occupied Manchurian capital of Shinkyō (Xinjin; Changchun).
The Shishi Xinbao (時事新報) or China Times
The Shishi Xinbao (時事新報) or China Times
collection
13,185
ITEMS
83,540
VIEWS
collection

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The Shishi Xinbao (時事新報) or China Times was one of the leading Chinese newspapers published in Shanghai from 1907 to 1949. In its early years it was affiliated with the Progressive Party (進步黨) which was a rival to the later dominant Nationalist party (國民黨). In May 1911 the newspaper merged with Yulun Ribao (輿論日報 Public Opinion Daily). The Shishi Xinbao continued long after its political patron declined and was one of the four main Chinese commercial daily newspapers...
Beijing ribao (Peking Daily News 北京日報)
Beijing ribao (Peking Daily News 北京日報)
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5,358
ITEMS
14,450
VIEWS
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Beijing newspaper active from 1906-1935. Also referred to as Peking Yih Pao and the Peking Daily News.
The Lat Pau (叻报)
The Lat Pau (叻报)
collection
11,569
ITEMS
15,441
VIEWS
collection

eye 15,441

The Lat Pau (叻报) was a Chinese language newspaper published in Singapore. It was founded by See Ewe Lay (薛有礼) in 1881 and continued publishing until 1932.
Keijō Nippō (京城日報)
Keijō Nippō (京城日報)
collection
11,437
ITEMS
44,498
VIEWS
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Japanese newspaper published in Korea until 1945. Includes early issues under title 京城新報 and 朝鮮日報
The Shenbao (申報 Shen Bao; Shun Pao)
The Shenbao (申報 Shen Bao; Shun Pao)
collection
26,986
ITEMS
57,553
VIEWS
collection

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The Shenbao (申報 Shen Bao; Shun Pao) was a Chinese newspaper founded 1872 in the International Settlement of Shanghai as a joint venture of four British merchants led by the controlling shareholder and general manager Ernest Major. Important early Chinese editors working with Major were Jiang Zhixiang (將芷湘), Wu Zirang (吳子讓), He Guisheng (何桂笙), and Qian Xinbo (錢昕伯), who were soon joined by Cai Erkang (蔡爾康) and Shen Yugui (沈毓桂). The newspaper came under...
The Xinwenbao (新聞報)
The Xinwenbao (新聞報)
collection
15,089
ITEMS
7,684
VIEWS
collection

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The Xinwenbao (新聞報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Shanghai founded in February, 1893. It grew to overtake its main rivals, including the Shenbao (申報) in circulation and was one of the most widely read newspapers in the history of Republican China.
The Shibao (The Eastern Times 時報)
The Shibao (The Eastern Times 時報)
collection
12,123
ITEMS
72,232
VIEWS
collection

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The Shibao (The Eastern Times 時報) was an important Chinese newspaper founded June 1904 by Di Baoxian (狄葆賢) and published in Shanghai. Other important editors of the newspaper include Chen Leng (陳冷 Chen Jinghan 陳景韓 )and Lei Fen (雷奮 Lei Jixing 雷繼興). In October 1921 the newspaper was sold to Huang Bohui (黃伯惠) and continued until 1939.
The Union Times (總匯新報)
The Union Times (總匯新報)
collection
9,615
ITEMS
15,798
VIEWS
collection

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The Union Times (總匯新報) was a Chinese language newspaper published in Singapore from 1908 to 1946. It also had the name Nanyang zonghui xinbao (南洋總匯新報). In the years leading up to the 1911 revolution in China the newspaper supported the imperial position. In 1946 it merged with the 星洲日報.
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The Beijing University Daily (北京大學日刊 The University Daily) was published as a daily university newspaper from 1917 until 1932 when it became a weekly. The newspaper included articles composed by the university adminsistration as well as professors and students.
Shengjing Shibao (盛京時報)
Shengjing Shibao (盛京時報)
collection
11,588
ITEMS
47,947
VIEWS
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The Shengjing Shibao (Shengjing Times) was a Chinese language newspaper founded in Shenyang (Fengtian 奉天/Shengjing 盛京/Mukden) by the Japanese journalist Nakajima Masao (中島真雄) in 1906. Its all-Japanese editorial staff included Kikuchi Teiji (菊池貞二) who wrote editorials under the pen name 傲霜庵. The articles themselves were written by the Chinese journalists on staff. The newspaper grew in popularity due to its supportive stance towards the 1911 revolution against the...
collection

eye 5,922

The Taidong ribao (泰東日報, The Tai Tung Jih Pao) was a Chinese newspaper published in Japanese controlled Dalian/Dairen (大連) from 1908 until 1943. It was the largest circulating Chinese-language daily in the city.
The Shangwu ribao (商務日報)
The Shangwu ribao (商務日報)
collection
6,613
ITEMS
8,462
VIEWS
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The Shangwu ribao (商務日報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Chongqing from 1914 to 1950.
The Chosun-ilbo (朝鮮日報)
The Chosun-ilbo (朝鮮日報)
collection
10,301
ITEMS
3,114
VIEWS
collection

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The Chosun-ilbo is a major Korean daily newspaper founded in 1920 during the Japanese colonial period and was shut down in 1940. The newspaper returned to publication after Japanese surrender and is still one of the leading newspapers in the Republic of Korea today.
The Datongbao (大同報)
The Datongbao (大同報)
collection
3,315
ITEMS
2,085
VIEWS
collection

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The Datongbao (大同報) was a Chinese newspaper under Japanese control published in Japanese occupied Manchuria, in the city of Changchun, from 1933 until 1942. While the paper claimed to be run by one Wang Xizhe (王希哲), it was in fact under the control of Togō Fumio (都甲文雄).
The Xijing ribao (西京日報)
The Xijing ribao (西京日報)
collection
5,471
ITEMS
9,490
VIEWS
collection

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The Xijing ribao (西京日報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Xi'an from 1933 to 1949.
The Manzhoubao (滿洲報 Manchuria News)
The Manzhoubao (滿洲報 Manchuria News)
collection
4,966
ITEMS
2,119
VIEWS
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The Manzhoubao (滿洲報 Manchuria News) was a Chinese language newspaper founded by Nishikata Chōzō and published from July, 1922 until July, 1937 in Dalian/Dairen (大連).
The Yuehuabao (越華報)
The Yuehuabao (越華報)
collection
3,212
ITEMS
5,074
VIEWS
collection

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The Yuehuabao (越華報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Guangzhou (Canton) from 1927 to 1950. In Cantonese the newspaper’s title was romanized Yuet Wa Po.
The Pingbao (平報)
The Pingbao (平報)
collection
5,485
ITEMS
1,893
VIEWS
collection

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The Pingbao (平報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Beijing from 1921 to 1938.
The Qunqiangbao (群強報)
The Qunqiangbao (群強報)
collection
3,331
ITEMS
12,070
VIEWS
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The Qunqiangbao (群強報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Beijing from 1913 to 1936.
The Wuhan ribao (武漢日報)
The Wuhan ribao (武漢日報)
collection
5,457
ITEMS
11,174
VIEWS
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The Wuhan ribao (武漢日報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Hankou (part of Wuhan) from 1929 to 1949. After the city was occupied by the Japanese in 1938 the newspaper moved to Yichang (宜昌)and then to Enshi (恩施) before returning to Hankou in November of 1945.
Xin tianjin (新天津 Tientsin Ex Novis)
Xin tianjin (新天津 Tientsin Ex Novis)
collection
4,683
ITEMS
8,172
VIEWS
collection

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Xin tianjin (新天津 Tientsin Ex Novis) was a Chinese newspaper published in Tianjin from 1924 to 1944.
東亞日報 (The Tong-a libo)
東亞日報 (The Tong-a libo)
collection
10,255
ITEMS
2,457
VIEWS
collection

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The Tong-a Ilbo is a major Korean daily newspaper established under Japanese colonial rule in 1920.
Xinxinxinwen (New New News) 新新新聞
Xinxinxinwen (New New News) 新新新聞
collection
6,355
ITEMS
16,761
VIEWS
collection

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Chinese newspaper Xinxinxinwen (New New News) from Chengdu in Sichuan province active from 1929 to 1950.
The Manshū Nippō (滿洲日報)
The Manshū Nippō (滿洲日報)
collection
3,348
ITEMS
13,904
VIEWS
collection

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The Manshū Nippō (滿洲日報) was a Dalian based Japanese language newspaper founded in 1905 by Nakajima Masao (中島真雄). The newspaper came under Japanese military control after the occupation of Manchuria and became the largest newspaper in the region.
The Xibei ribao (西北日報)
The Xibei ribao (西北日報)
collection
3,951
ITEMS
4,145
VIEWS
collection

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The Xibei ribao (西北日報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Lanzhou from 1933 to 1949.
The Shenzhou Ribao (神州日報)
The Shenzhou Ribao (神州日報)
collection
6,455
ITEMS
4,086
VIEWS
collection

eye 4,086

The Shenzhou Ribao (神州日報) which used "The National Herald" as its English title was a Chinese newspaper published in Shanghai from 1907 to 1946.
The North China Herald
The North China Herald
collection
3,811
ITEMS
6,895
VIEWS
collection

eye 6,895

The North-China Herald and Supreme Court & Consular Gazette was published in Shanghai as the weekly edition of the North-China Daily News from 1850 until 1941.
The Xin Qin Ribao (新秦日報 The New Qin Daily)
The Xin Qin Ribao (新秦日報 The New Qin Daily)
collection
2,983
ITEMS
17,772
VIEWS
collection

eye 17,772

The Xin Qin Ribao (新秦日報 The New Qin Daily) was a Chinese newspaper published in Xi'an from 1921 to 1945.
The Nanjing wanbao (南京晚報)
The Nanjing wanbao (南京晚報)
collection
2,878
ITEMS
1,599
VIEWS
collection

eye 1,599

The Nanjing wanbao (南京晚報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Nanjing from May, 1929 until April, 1949. It was founded by Zhang Youhe (張友鶴) as Nanjing's first evening edition. This is the Chongqing edition of the newspaper which started in 1938 as the newspaper fled the Japanese invasion. Although the newspaper restarted in Nanjing after the war, the Chonqing edition continued.
The Yongbao (The Yung Pao 庸報)
The Yongbao (The Yung Pao 庸報)
collection
5,999
ITEMS
22,882
VIEWS
collection

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The Yongbao (The Yung Pao 庸報) was a newspaper published in Tianjin from 1926 until 1944. It was the third largest of Tianjin's newspapers but in 1935 came under the control of Japanese military intelligence and was thereafter published by the journalist and opium trader Satomi Hajime (里見甫) under a Chinese pen name.
The Gansu minguo ribao (甘肅民國日報)
The Gansu minguo ribao (甘肅民國日報)
collection
4,757
ITEMS
3,071
VIEWS
collection

eye 3,071

The Gansu minguo ribao (甘肅民國日報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Lanzhou from 1933 to 1949, in Gansu province.
The Nanjing wanbao (南京晚報)
The Nanjing wanbao (南京晚報)
collection
4,296
ITEMS
6,390
VIEWS
collection

eye 6,390

The Nanjing wanbao (南京晚報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Nanjing from May, 1929 until April, 1949. It was founded by Zhang Youhe (張友鶴) as Nanjing's first evening paper. During the Japanese invasion the paper was suspended and a Chongqing edition published.
collection

eye 3,027

The Taiwushi bao (泰晤士報 The Chinese Peking & Tientsin Times) was a Chinese newspaper published in Tianjin from 1918 to 1930.
The Anqing xinbao (安慶新報)
The Anqing xinbao (安慶新報)
collection
1,179
ITEMS
949
VIEWS
collection

eye 949

The Anqing xinbao (安慶新報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Anqing city in Anhui province from 1940 until 1944.
The Jinsui ribao (晉綏日報)
The Jinsui ribao (晉綏日報)
collection
2,107
ITEMS
3,093
VIEWS
collection

eye 3,093

The Jinsui ribao (晉綏日報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Xing county of Shanxi province from 1946 to 1949.
The Zhongbao (中報)
The Zhongbao (中報)
collection
1,952
ITEMS
5,359
VIEWS
collection

eye 5,359

The Zhongbao (中報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Nanjing from 1940-1945 during the city's occupation by the Japanese military.
The Anhui ribao (安徽日報)
The Anhui ribao (安徽日報)
collection
695
ITEMS
1,391
VIEWS
collection

eye 1,391

The Anhui ribao (安徽日報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Bengbu in Anhui province from 1941 to 1944.
The Tianfengbao (天風報)
The Tianfengbao (天風報)
collection
1,270
ITEMS
1,156
VIEWS
collection

eye 1,156

The Tianfengbao (天風報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Tianjin from 1930 to 1938 in the Japanese concession of the city. In 1938 it changed its name to Tianfeng huabao (天風畫報).
The Jinchaji ribao (晉察冀日報)
The Jinchaji ribao (晉察冀日報)
collection
2,766
ITEMS
6,794
VIEWS
collection

eye 6,794

The Jinchaji ribao (晉察冀日報) was a Chinese Communist Party newspaper published in Pingshan from 1940 to 1948 and included here are issues from 1938 when its predecessor Kangdibao (抗敵報) was published.
The Tianjin shangbao (天津商報)
The Tianjin shangbao (天津商報)
collection
1,769
ITEMS
790
VIEWS
collection

eye 790

The Tianjin shangbao (天津商報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Tianjin from 1928 to 1937.
Minguo ribao (Republic of China Daily 民國日報)
Minguo ribao (Republic of China Daily 民國日報)
collection
6,082
ITEMS
19,503
VIEWS
collection

eye 19,503

Shanghai-based newspaper founded by the Nationalist party (KMT) in 1916 and suppressed by the Japanese in 1932. Launched again in 1945 and continued until 1949. Issues here from 1916 to 1932.1 and 1945-1947.1.
collection

eye 12,766

The Chengdu Wanbao (成都晚報 Chengdu Evening News) was a daily evening edition newspaper published in the Sichuan city of Chengdu from October 1943 until December 1949 when it was merged with other newspapers following the founding of the People's Republic.
The Tianshengbao (天聲報)
The Tianshengbao (天聲報)
collection
1,930
ITEMS
1,416
VIEWS
collection

eye 1,416

The Tianshengbao (天聲報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Tianjin from 1937 to 1943, one of only a few number of newspapers the Japanese occupation authorities permitted to continue publication.
The Youxibao (遊戲報 Fun)
The Youxibao (遊戲報 Fun)
collection
515
ITEMS
1,428
VIEWS
collection

eye 1,428

The Youxibao (遊戲報 Fun) was a Chinese tabloid newspaper published, edited and written by Li Baojia (李寶嘉 courtesy name 李伯元, 1867-1906). This high circulation small format newspaper was published in Shanghai from August, 1897 until 1908. Though primarily a paper for humorous works and entertainment, it often included sharp criticism of the late Qing administration.
The Dongsansheng minbao (東三省民報)
The Dongsansheng minbao (東三省民報)
collection
1,712
ITEMS
1,224
VIEWS
collection

eye 1,224

The Dongsansheng minbao (東三省民報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Shenyang from 1923 to 1933. Beginning as a commercial newspaper, it came under the control of the Fengtian military clique.
The Huabei xinwen (華北新聞)
The Huabei xinwen (華北新聞)
collection
2,154
ITEMS
1,157
VIEWS
collection

eye 1,157

The Huabei xinwen (華北新聞) was a Chinese newspaper published in Xi'an from 1942-1948.
The Xin Zhonghuabao (新中華報)
The Xin Zhonghuabao (新中華報)
collection
2,266
ITEMS
13,484
VIEWS
collection

eye 13,484

The Xin Zhonghuabao (新中華報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Nanjing from 1929 until the Japanese invasion in 1937.
The Dachubao (大楚報)
The Dachubao (大楚報)
collection
850
ITEMS
3,294
VIEWS
collection

eye 3,294

The Dachubao (大楚報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Hankou (Wuhan) from 1939 to 1945 during the Japanese occupation of the city. It was an organ of the Chinese collaborationist government.
The Xinminbao (新民報)
The Xinminbao (新民報)
collection
3,070
ITEMS
1,571
VIEWS
collection

eye 1,571

The Xinminbao (新民報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Nanjing from September, 1929 until April, 1950. It was founded by Chen Mingde (陳銘德), Wu Zhusi (吳竹似), and Liu Zhenghua (劉正華). In the wake of the Japanese invasion, the newspaper suspended publication in November, 1937 and was published in Chonqing starting in 1938 and in Chengdu from 1943. It began publishing in Nanjing again in October, 1945 and had a number of editions around the country thereafter.
The Beiping wanbao (北平晚報)
The Beiping wanbao (北平晚報)
collection
2,002
ITEMS
591
VIEWS
collection

eye 591

The Beiping wanbao (北平晚報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Beiping (Beijing) from 1931 to 1937. It continued the Beijing wanbao (北京晚報)that launched in 1921.
The Shehui ribao (社會日報)
The Shehui ribao (社會日報)
collection
1,440
ITEMS
4,900
VIEWS
collection

eye 4,900

The Shehui ribao (社會日報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Beijing from 1922 to 1926.
The Xinminbao (新民報)
The Xinminbao (新民報)
collection
1,166
ITEMS
3,650
VIEWS
collection

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The Xinminbao (新民報) was published in Tianjin and Beijing from 1940 to 1944 while the city was under Japanese occupation. The newspaper was one of the more prominent Japanese controlled newspapers of the war. Initially published in the Japanese concession of Tianjin its publication later moved to Beijing.
The Shishi gongbao (時事公報)
The Shishi gongbao (時事公報)
collection
1,172
ITEMS
749
VIEWS
collection

eye 749

The Shishi gongbao (時事公報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Ningbo from 1936 to 1945.
Zhongyang Ribao (中央日報)
Zhongyang Ribao (中央日報)
collection
7,200
ITEMS
24,816
VIEWS
collection

eye 24,816

The Zhongyang Ribao (Central Daily) newspaper was a mouthpiece of the Chinese nationalist party and its government. The newspaper was launched in Shanghai in 1928 and moved to the capital of Nanjing later that year. During the course of Japanese conquest the newspaper moved to Changsha and Chongqing before returning to Nanjing after Japanese surrender until 1949.
The Dangjun ribao (黨軍日報)
The Dangjun ribao (黨軍日報)
collection
2,105
ITEMS
5,300
VIEWS
collection

eye 5,300

The Dangjun ribao (黨軍日報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Chengdu from 1939 to 1945. In 1945 it changed name to become the Huangpu ribao (黃埔日報).
The Shangbao (商報)
The Shangbao (商報)
collection
3,931
ITEMS
9,638
VIEWS
collection

eye 9,638

The Shangbao (商報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Shanghai from 1921 to 1950.
Xinshubao (New Sichuan Daily 新蜀報)
Xinshubao (New Sichuan Daily 新蜀報)
collection
6,279
ITEMS
15,746
VIEWS
collection

eye 15,746

Chinese newspaper Xinshubao (New Sichuan Daily) published in Chongqing from 1921 to 1950.
The Jiangshengbao (江聲報)
The Jiangshengbao (江聲報)
collection
3,310
ITEMS
10,006
VIEWS
collection

eye 10,006

The Jiangshengbao (江聲報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Xiamen (Amoy) in Fujian province from 1918 to 1951.
The People's Daily newspaper (人民日報)
The People's Daily newspaper (人民日報)
collection
1,303
ITEMS
5,155
VIEWS
collection

eye 5,155

The People's Daily newspaper (人民日報) was launched in 1946 as the main voice of the Chinese Communist Party's JinJiLuYu resistance area. After 1949 it became one of the most important newspapers for the Chinese Communist Party.
The Dazhongbao (大眾報)
The Dazhongbao (大眾報)
collection
2,014
ITEMS
5,586
VIEWS
collection

eye 5,586

The Dazhongbao (大眾報) was a Chinese newspaper publised in Macao from 1941-1950.
The Guowen Zhoubao (國聞周報)
The Guowen Zhoubao (國聞周報)
collection
514
ITEMS
3,986
VIEWS
collection

eye 3,986

The Guowen Zhoubao (國聞周報) was founded by the Dagong Bao (Ta Kung Pao 大公報) publisher Hu Zhengzhi (胡政之) in 1924 as a weekly magazine of current afffairs and political commentary. The magazine continued publication in Shanghai until 1937 and the Japanese invasion.
collection

eye 6,958

CCP newspaper published in Yan'an from May 1941 to March 1947.
The Zhonghua ribao (中華日報)
The Zhonghua ribao (中華日報)
collection
3,949
ITEMS
4,643
VIEWS
collection

eye 4,643

The Zhonghua ribao (中華日報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Shanghai from 1928 to 1945.
The Hunan guomin ribao (湖南國民日報)
The Hunan guomin ribao (湖南國民日報)
collection
6,824
ITEMS
1,944
VIEWS
collection

eye 1,944

The Hunan guomin ribao (湖南國民日報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Changsha from 1928 to 1949.
The Huangpu ribao (黃埔日報)
The Huangpu ribao (黃埔日報)
collection
1,544
ITEMS
4,925
VIEWS
collection

eye 4,925

The Huangpu ribao (黃埔日報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Chengdu from 1945 to 1949. The newspaper was the renamed continuation of the Dangjun ribao (黨軍日報).
The China Weekly Review
The China Weekly Review
collection
1,108
ITEMS
2,442
VIEWS
collection

eye 2,442

This journal was published as Millard's Review of the Far East - 1917-1921.6 then The Weekly Review of the Far East - 1921.6-1923 and The China Weekly Review 1923 onward.
The Pictorial Shanghai (上海畫報) Magazine
The Pictorial Shanghai (上海畫報) Magazine
collection
467
ITEMS
3,437
VIEWS
collection

eye 3,437

The Pictorial Shanghai (上海畫報) Magazine was a magazine launched in 1925 with Qian Jiechen (錢介塵) as one of its main figures.
The Qingdao shibao (青島時報)
The Qingdao shibao (青島時報)
collection
1,875
ITEMS
1,005
VIEWS
collection

eye 1,005

The Qingdao shibao (青島時報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Shandong province in the coastal city of Qingdao from 1928 to 1949.
The Qiushibao (求是報)
The Qiushibao (求是報)
collection
898
ITEMS
1,512
VIEWS
collection

eye 1,512

The Qiushibao (求是報) was a Chinese newspaper published in the Fujian city of Fuzhou.
The Hankou zhongxibao (漢口中西報)
The Hankou zhongxibao (漢口中西報)
collection
1,894
ITEMS
2,076
VIEWS
collection

eye 2,076

The Hankou zhongxibao (漢口中西報) was a Chinese newspaper published in Hankou (Wuhan) from 1907 to 1937.
collection

eye 1,040

The Shanghaishi zhengfu gongbao was the official Chinese gazette of the municipal administration for the city of Shanghai.
The Xinhua ribao (新華日報)
The Xinhua ribao (新華日報)
collection
3,226
ITEMS
4,825
VIEWS
collection

eye 4,825

The Xinhua ribao (新華日報) was a Chinese Communist Party newspaper published from 1938 to 1947 first in Hankou (Wuhan) and then in Chongqing.
The Shijie ribao (世界日報)
The Shijie ribao (世界日報)
collection
708
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The Shijie ribao (世界日報) was a Chinese newspaper that began publication in Beijing in 1925. It was shut down under Japanese occupation from 1937 but relaunched in Chongqing in 1945 and late that year once again publication in Beijing.